SlotZilla Las Vegas Zip Line Opens at Downtown’s Fremont Street Experience

The SlotZilla zip line in downtown Las Vegas has officially opened. The new attraction opened at noon on April 27, 2014.

Las Vegas zip line

Four riders depart at once. Lighter riders arrive at the landing platform arrive last. It’s a gravity thing.

The new attraction has two take-off levels, but only the lower level is operating at the moment. The upper level (called a “Zoomline”) is expected to open in a few weeks. (Update: SlotZilla’s upper Zoomline is also open.)

Riders on the lower lines travel seated, while riders on the upper lines will fly prone, or superhero-style.

zip line las vegas

Zoomline riders will emerge from an opening just under SlotZilla’s simulated reels.

Rides on this new Las Vegas zip line cost $25 for the lower Zipline, $5 for the upper Zoomline. (Updated 2/14/17). Tickets can currently be purchased at the SlotZilla ticket office (at the base of the SlotZilla tower) or online.

SlotZilla operates 1:00 p.m. to 1:00 a.m., Sunday through Thursday, and 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 a.m. on Friday and Saturday.

Las Vegas zipline

The view from the landing platform, halfway down the Fremont Street Experience canopy. Riders end up between the Fremont and Four Queens casinos.

While there’s no age limit for riders, their weight must be between 50 and 300 pounds for the lower Zipline, with a maximum height limit of six-foot-eight-inches. The zip line Las Vegas weight limit for the upper Zoomline is 80 pounds to 300 pounds.)

Children younger than 13 must be accompanied by a riding adult.


We hate when kids are braver than we are. Upstarts.

SlotZilla’s first day of full operation was sold out, so that bodes well for the success of the new zipline. SlotZilla is expected to operate seven days a week, 365 days a year.

Las Vegas zipline

Riders on the SlotZilla zip line take off 77 feet up. The upper lines will be 114 feet up.

The SlotZilla project began in November of 2012. See photos of SlotZilla’s construction.

SlotZilla zip line

The bags hold personal items like glasses, phone and purses.

If you have any other questions about Sin City’s newest thrill ride, just post them in the comments and we’ll get you an answer, because we are a Las Vegas blog and therefore know everything. And that’s the story we’re sticking to.

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  • Matt S.

    Awesome. Can’t wait to get up there!

  • red318is

    Brings a whole new meaning to ass bags.

  • Robert Miller

    I have seen reports of the weight limit being both 250 and 300 pounds. Can you confirm one or the other? Makes a difference if I’m able to ride it or not haha.

    • vitalvegas

      Yep, I can confirm the weight limit is, indeed, 300. Let us know how it goes!

  • Alicia P.

    How long is the usual wait in line for this attraction?

    • Typically about an hour, but during the day it’s much shorter.

  • Marie Johnston

    Can I do this in a big fluffy wedding dress?

    • Yes, just no trains! They should be able to make the dress work.

    • Yes, as long as they can fit you into the harness. There have been lots of brides who have been on it.

  • Ashley

    Is there “wiggle room” on the weight? Like if I’m 14 over?

    • Scott Roeben

      They’re pretty strict about the weight limits, but worth a try!